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1 Amazing animals 10 1 Circle T (True) or F (False). 1 The giraffe eats fruit. T F 2 The penguin flies. T F 3 The hippo lives in rivers. T F 4 The snowy owl lives in a cold place. T F 5 The elephant eats meat. T F 2 Write true and false sentences. eats leaves. 1 The gorilla T F 2 T F 3 T F 4 T F 3 Write the questions and answers the gorilla live Where does? it meat Does? eat eat does? What it Where? It Unit 10 Extra activities 17

2 11 Then and now 1 Write the words. claws arm tail jaws leg teeth 2 Circle T (True) or F (False). 1 The T. Rex had long arms. T F 2 It had a long tail. T F 3 It had sharp teeth. T F 4 It had four legs. T F 5 It was a plant eater. T F 6 It had a little head. T F 7 It was small. T F 3 Correct the false sentences. The T. Rex had short arms. 18 Unit 11 Extra activities

3 Stone soup 12 1 Answer the questions. 11 Look at your Class Book Where s the green bug? When have they got I.T. on Tuesday? Where is the book shop? What is Ben s favourite lesson? Who s 10 Are there this? two ghosts in the Which animal kitchen? eats insects? Where are Penny and Alex going? How many years was it asleep for? 36 9 What s this? What s the matter with Nick? What is December Does Alex 31st? What musical What is Digger instrument like doing? does Lucy mummies? 24 play? Is Bug f Who s this? reading? When 52 was the When have they got Maths? mammoth on the earth? Can Joel play tennis? Can Spike skate? What 29 time is When does the Who can play The Pop Music Is it raining in museum close? the electric Where are Alex Programme Dublin? piano? and Penny? on? THE END What animal is the class pet? What TV programmes does Kat like? When is Saint George s Day? Unit 12 Extra activities 19

4 1 Grammar 1 Look at the box. I swim. She can skate. He can t play tennis. play hockey. ride a bike. 2 Write can or can t. 1 Jim ride a bike. 2 Liz ski. 3 He swim. 4 She swim. 5 He play hockey. 6 She dive. 7 He play basketball. 8 She play hockey. Name Jim Liz 3 Look at the boxes. Can you ski? she dive? he play basketball? 4 Write the answers and invent the questions. Yes, I can. she he No, I can t. she he 1 Can Jim swim? 2 Can Liz ride a bike? 3 Can he skate? 4 Can she play tennis? 5 Yes, she can. 6 No, she can t. 7 Yes, he can. 8 No, he can t. 20 Unit 1 Grammar activities

5 Grammar 1 Look at the box. Write s or are. There s a sofa. one 2 Look at the boxes. are two bedrooms. three 2 There 1 three bedrooms in my house. There 2 a big table in the dining room. There 3 three chairs in the living room and there 4 one big sofa. There 5 two TVs in the house. Is there a ghost? one Are two ghosts? three 3 Write the answers and invent the questions. Yes, there is. are. No, there isn t. aren t. Bedroom Bathroom Living room Kitchen 1 Is there a bug in the kitchen? 2 Is there a little ghost in the bathroom? 3 Are there two ghosts in the living room? 4 Are there two bugs in the bedroom? 5 Yes, there is. 6 No, there isn t. 7 Yes, there are. 8 No, there aren t. Unit 2 Grammar activities 21

6 3 Grammar 1 Look at the boxes. Eat fruit and vegetables. Don t eat lots of ice cream. 2 Match and write sentences. 1 Eat 2 Don t eat 3 Drink 4 Don t drink 5 Play 6 Ride a sport. lots of water. lots of fruit and vegetables. a bike. lots of sweets and chocolates. lots of cola. 3 Look at the boxes. Write I m or I ve got. Write the numbers. I m tired. ill. I ve got a headache. sore throat. 1 a backache. 2 ill today. 3 a cold. 4 hungry. a b c d 22 Unit 3 Grammar activities

7 Grammar 4 1 Look at the boxes. Write opposite or next to. Where s the book shop? cinema? The cinema is next to the park. It opposite supermarket. s cinema clothes shop supermarket book shop toy shop museum 1 The cinema is the book shop. 2 The museum is the toy shop. 3 The clothes shop is the toy shop. 4 The supermarket is the museum. 5 The toy shop is the book shop. 2 Answer the questions. 1 Where s the book shop? 2 Where s the museum? 3 Where s the clothes shop? 4 Where s the cinema? 3 Look at the boxes. Turn left at the sports centre. right supermarket. Go straight past the café. museum. 4 Match the sentence parts. 1 Go straight 2 Turn 3 Where s 4 It s 5 It s next opposite the cafe. to the clothes shop. the swimming pool? left at the museum. past the toy shop. Unit 4 Grammar activities 23

8 5 Grammar 1 Look at the boxes. Write m or s. I m swimming. She eating. He s dancing. 1 I playing football. 2 She dancing. 3 I eating lunch. 4 He reading. 5 She swimming. 2 Look at the boxes. Are you writing? drinking? Is she playing football? he Yes, I am. she is. he No, I m not. she he isn t. 3 Write the answers. 1 Are you skipping? 2 Are you writing? 3 Is she drinking? 4 Is she eating? 5 Is he running? 6 Is he swimming? 7 Is she playing tennis? 8 Is she playing football? 24 Unit 5 Grammar activities

9 Grammar 6 1 Look at the boxes. It s sunny. raining. Is it windy? hot? 2 Write It s, it, is, or Is. Yes, it is. No, it isn t. 1 Is sunny? 2 Yes, it. 3 snowing. 4 it hot? 5 No, isn t. 3 Write the answers and invent the questions. 1 Is it snowing? 2 Is it sunny? 3 Is it windy? 4 Is it raining? 5 Yes, it is. 6 No, it isn t. 7 Yes, it is. 8 No, it isn t. Unit 6 Grammar activities 25

10 7 Grammar 1 Look at the boxes. Write ve or s. I ve got Art. You P.E. We Maths. They He s She 1 She got History today. 2 On Friday we got Music. 3 You got Art at ten o clock. 4 He got Science on Tuesday. 5 They got P.E. at half past nine. 2 Look at the boxes. Have I got Art? you Science? we they Yes, I have. you we they Has she he she he has. No, I haven t. you we they she he hasn t. 3 Write Have or Has. Write the answers. 1 we got P.E. today? 2 she got Art on Monday? 3 you got English at nine o clock? 4 John got History? 5 we got Music on Thursday? 6 you got swimming today? 7 they got Science? 8 John and Sally got Maths? 26 Unit 7 Grammar activities

11 Grammar 8 1 Look at the boxes. Answer about yourself. Do you like comedies? cartoons? Yes, I do. No I don t. 1 Do you like animal programmes? 2 Do you like comedies? 3 Do you like quizzes? 4 Do you like sports programmes? 5 Do you like science fiction films? 2 Look at the boxes. Write questions. What channel is it on? time the film the quiz the News It s on Channel one. at four twenty. 1 It s on at It s on at It s on at It s on Channel 1. 5 It s on Channel 2. Unit 8 Grammar activities 27

12 9 Grammar 1 Look at the boxes. Write do, go or play. What do you do on Mondays? Tuesdays? I go swimming. riding. running. play football. tennis. 1 What do you on Fridays? 2 I tennis. 3 I riding. 4 I basketball on Saturdays. 5 What you do on Sundays? 2 Look at the boxes. Answer about yourself. Do you go swimming? play tennis? read? watch TV? Yes, I do. No, I don t. 1 Do you go swimming? 2 Do you play football? 3 Do you play computer games? 4 Do you play the piano? 5 Do you listen to music? 6 Do you go fishing? 7 Do you go running? 8 Do you watch TV? 28 Unit 9 Grammar activities

13 Grammar 10 1 Look at the boxes. Circle the correct words. The gorilla eats meat. It leaves. The gorilla doesn t swim. It fly. lives in a hot place. 1 2 It lives / eats meat and fish. It lives / doesn t live in a hot place. 4 5 It flies / swims. 3 It flies / doesn t fly. It eats / doesn t eat plants. 2 Look at the boxes. Does the monkey eat meat? it leaves? swim? fly? Yes, it does. No, it doesn t. What does the lion eat? it Where live? 3 Answer Yes, it does or No, it doesn t. 1 Does it eat leaves? 2 Does it eat fish? 3 Does it swim? 4 Does it live in grasslands? 4 Answer the questions. 1 What does it eat? 2 Where does it live? Unit 10 Grammar activities 29

14 11 Grammar 1 Look at the boxes. Write was or were. The T. Rex was small. It tall. Dinosaurs They 2 Look at the boxes. were The T. Rex had big ears. It long hair. Dinosaurs They 1 The first horse 2 Pteranodons eaters. 3 The first mammoth 5 million years ago. 4 They three metres tall. small. fish alive 3 Write was, were or had. The velociraptor 1 a big dinosaur but it 2 not dangerous. It 3 sharp teeth and sharp claws. Velociraptors 4 two legs. They 5 meat eaters. Mammoths 6 long hair and long tusks. They 7 very big. The mammoth 8 on the earth five million years ago. It 9 a plant eater. 30 Unit 11 Grammar activities

15 Grammar revision 12 1 Circle the wrong part of the sentence. Write correct sentences. 1 He cant play tennis. 2 There are one living room in my house. 3 He can t not swim. 4 On Tuesday she ve got Art at half past nine. 5 Is there three bedrooms? 6 Turn right to the supermarket. 7 Do the penguin fly? 8 It sunny today. 9 Mammoths was very big. 10 The cinema it is next to the book shop. 11 Has we got Science on Monday? 12 Are you liking comedies? 13 What do you on Mondays? 14 Where lives it? 15 Don t eats lots of sweets. 16 The velociraptor have sharp claws. 17 Is raining in London? 18 Is John and Kelly dancing? 19 I ve a headache. 20 Are you hungry? Yes, I m. Unit 12 Grammar activities 31

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